Sir Kazuo Ishiguro (1954) received recognition as a British screen, short story and book writer. Born in Nagasaki, Japan received an opportunity to relocate to the United Kingdom in 1960 when he turned five. As a fiction writer, he received many nominations and also won the Man Booker Prize. He received the award after the publication of his novel The Remains of the Day (1989). He also published other novels named Never Let Me Go (2005) and received Time’s best novel of the year award. During 2017, Ishiguro received the Nobel Prize in Literature. He started his education at the Stoughton Primary School and thereafter the Working County Grammar School in Surrey.
Thereafter he travelled and explored Canada and the United States. He joined the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1974 and finished in 1978. Ishiguro received a degree in English and Philosophy. He continued to study and joined the University of East Anglia, where he completed his Master’s degree in Creative Writing during 1980. A Pale View of Hills, the name of his thesis became his first publication in 1982. He published short stories as well, for example, October 1948 (1985).
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